Between stops with the Pittsburgh Pirates and Cleveland Rams, Hugo Bezdek spent 18 years shaping Penn State Athletics into the powerhouse it remains to this day.
Author Mitch Stewart
“This isn’t civil rights, this is human rights,” Perez said. “And we should start focusing on taking this up on a global movement.”
Since 1995, Penn State basketball’s chapter of Coaches vs. Cancer has evolved into one of the most successful chapters in the country.
Take a closer look at the committee responsible for setting up and tearing down the equipment for THON, helping to keep the BJC clean, and striving to keep THON looking as great as it makes all of those involved feel: the OPPerations Committee.
Despite owning a 2-0 lead heading into the third period, the Nittany Lions were swept by Minnesota for the second time this season.
Their behind the scenes work adds on additional fundraising to the overall amount for THON by selling merchandise online, inside the HUB, and at the BJC this weekend. You can find members of the Merchandise Committee scattered around the main event floor in light pink shirts.
“That’s why you go to college, to join something way bigger than yourself. It’s everything to me, and I believe that this is one of those things that shows the essence of what this university is.”
Take a closer look at the THON History Museum located near Gate D in the Bryce Jordan Center that has all the THON trivia knowledge that a Penn Stater could ever want.
Penn State struggled to get it going early on the court in Lincoln on Tuesday night and weren’t able to recover as it was handled easily by Nebraska 82-66. This was the Nittany Lions’ sixth conference road loss out of the eight that they’ve played on the 2016-17 slate.
Coaches joined many students in shaving their heads to support chemotherapy patients as part of THON’s “No Hair Don’t Care” fundraiser.
Penn State hockey completed the weekend sweep in Madison with a 5-2 victory, regaining some much-needed momentum with Minnesota coming to town next weekend.
The seven-footer’s large frame and offensive efficiency may help take Penn State’s team to the next level in the 2017-18 campaign.
With National Signing Day less than a month away, here are three recruits to keep an eye on as potential flips down the stretch.
Trace McSorley has had a remarkable sophomore campaign for the Nittany Lions. With two years of eligibility left, the Virginia native has the opportunity to become one of the most decorated football players in Penn State history if he continues on this path.
Thinking about the last time the Lions won the Big Ten title? So are we, so we took a look back to what life was like in 2008 as the team prepares to battle for a conference championship this weekend.
Penn State’s offense has been firing on all cylinders lately. Just how do they rank among some of the more recent Nittany Lion offenses? We took a further look into the stats behind our past and present blue and white squads.
Ever think about the last time we played Iowa at home under the lights? We forgive you if you hadn’t, as we took a look back this week to Penn State’s 2009 matchup with the Hawkeyes.
Wondering when we last beat a top-two team? We took a look back to what life was like in 1990, when Penn State topped No. 1 Notre Dame.
Ever wonder what life was like the last time we knocked off an Ohio State team? So did we, so we took a look back to see what the world was like in November 2011.
The West Virginia native reopened his recruitment today.
Take a look back at what life was like when undefeated Minnesota visited Beaver Stadium back in 2005.
Penn State’s separate student section organizations are finally collaborating to improve fans’ experiences and overall home-crowd advantage at sporting events.